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Page 73 text:
Jason and his team ate and
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heard the all-state athlete,C1inton Wager of St. Mary's College,
Say that the team made the star and not the star,the team,and so
it was with Jason. He heard the speeches made by W.S. Krebsbach,
Toastmasterg Joel Ulven, Mayor of Adamsg Ben Fasendin, President
of the Civic Assoclationg Bernard Canney, Football captaing Roy
Torgerson, Basketball captaing and Mr. Glesne, athletic coachg
Edward Suech, athletic director of St. Maryfs Collegeg and B.J.
Huseby, President of the Board of Education.
Something in this last speech drew Jason's attention more
than anything else. Mr. Huseby said that above all athletics,
the voyage and fight for the QGolden Fleece or diploma came
first. All were delighted at that speech. V
Then Jason spoke of his experiences with the centaur, and
he told them he would get the Golden Fleece in the auditorium.
He finished speaking and all in the hall shouted out, UThe
Golden Fleece, the Golden Fleece.u
The program was closed with a peppy number by the Girls'
Octette which gave the Argonauts new encouragement on their
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jg ND now the Argonauts were no longer on the ship
1 ff Q2 that was being dashed on by the sea and beaten
5 QQ upon by the winds. Easter vacation was a change
Q' figim that was welcome to the wearied voyagers. ' They
went home again.There they stayed several days,
thinking each day a fresh adventure. The ship and the voyage
they had been on now seemed far away to them. The quest of the
Golden Fleece seemed to them a story they had heard and thought
of,but that they could never think on again with so much fervorJ
It was not long after Easter vacation that Jason and the
other youths who had won many victories were taken into the
feasting hall. They marveled at the beauty and magnificence of
the banquet. On the walls were bright streamersg the tables were
long and decorated with shiny strips of purple and gold. In the
center was a trophy which had been won by Jason and his men, and
at both ends of the table were lovely vases filled with flowers
of different colors.
The guests were already assembledg- Jason and his team were
royally honored, When they looked at all the lovely things in
the hall and all the friendly faces about them, they felt that
they were far away from the daily routine of school.
A delicious meal was served at the tables. They brought be-
fore themg pork and beef roast, mashed potatoes, gravy, buttered
peas and carrots, banana salad, celery, pickles,
rolls, coffee, milk, ice cream and wafers, While Athletic
Jason and the guests ate heartily a group of
musicians played pep songs and marches for them.
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